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Monthly Archives: April 2003

PETA at it again…

PETA at it again…

I think it’s official. PETA has become a parody of itself. But then again this is the same organization that wanted the Milwaukee Brewers to add a veggie burger to… Read more »

03-04 sports schedules

03-04 sports schedules

The football schedule is set for next year, and though not official yet, the opponents for the men’s hockey season appear to be set, though there are no dates available… Read more »

Rewriting History…

Rewriting History…

…literally. Educrats in Europe are cooking the books: downplaying the role of nation-states, calling Napoleon a reformer, and the Vikings peace-loving farmers and traders. Er, huh? You know, if The… Read more »

re: Greeks and programming

re: Greeks and programming

Personally, I think it’s a lot more out of character that BG is sponsoring such an event. Back in the day when I was an undergrad, there was an unsaid… Read more »

Greeks and programming

Greeks and programming

Another event I had no idea my fraternity was sponsoring. I’m the Vice President of Alpha Chi, a small house of about a dozen brothers a class, and we foot… Read more »

The Indian

The Indian

Even if they come up with a new mascot, I have a hard time believing that that will end the use of the Indian. Most people who wear Indian merchandise… Read more »

T-shirt trade-in

T-shirt trade-in

More details on it: The proposal passed unanimously, although an amendment to condemn the symbol as ‘offensive’ was defeated. They are allocating $750, 1/3 paid by the SA, the rest… Read more »

Re: Stetson University

Re: Stetson University

Over on Free Dartmouth (from what?), Dan Pollock writes: I’m sure Emmett will want to debate me about the constitutionality of this decision: Stetson University announced it was suspending publication… Read more »

Re: Budget Priorities

Re: Budget Priorities

While Mr. Horowitz’s point about spending is well taken, he’s incorrect that it explains the budget cuts. The reality is that Dartmouth can spend money where it wants to spend… Read more »

Re: Wright’s Budgetary Priorities

Re: Wright’s Budgetary Priorities

Stan Horowitz responds: Concerning Mr. Wilson?s post: No.� It?s not about conserving the endowment.� Keep your eye on the ball.� Dartmouth?s endowment is dramatically higher than it was in 1999.�… Read more »